Hello World, I am a 35 years old guy with a job and a child. Though i never coded anything serious in my life, it has always been inside me. Now after many years of laziness , i want to get my hand on some iOS programming. I really do not care much about writing codes that run on windows or mac. Just iPhone and iPad. 'Cos after many years, they have been the only devices elegant enough to ignite a spark in me. Back in the commodore days, i knew a little basic. you know, the 10 print "name" 20 go to 10, dayz. And some qbasic in the early pc era. I think i've got the neurons to understand the basic algorithym behind a computer language. I've tried some visual basic in collage. I think it may have taught me something about object oriented programming (OOP), though i am not sure about it (When you place a label called label1 and set its text with ie. label1.txt = "blah blah", is it on a basic level associated with this thing called OOP?. Where maybe label is a class and label1 is its instance. Or is OOP a completely different thing?) I now read a couple of tutorials on c++, about these classes, objects and stuff.. Now i think i can write a small code that, for example; asks for a number, than a second number and tells you the sum. But in windows, to do that, i just write the code in a main window and compile it. On the other hand, i could not even keep up with an article that explains how to print the word "hello word" on a plain screen on the iPhone (and it was supposed to be for the absolute beginner). So many files with .m/.h extensions that i do not know what they do, statements about sone delegates and controllers and such. Which book, site or article do you think will get me from here to coding the hello world app myself? Thanx PS: I have the mac, i have the phone, i have the pad..